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Steve Jobs

UK release date Released: 13th November 2015
Steve Jobs

Directed by


Michael Stuhlbarg
Perla Haney-Jardine
Ripley Sobo
Makenzie Moss
John Ortiz
Adam Shapiro
John Steen
Stan Roth
Mihran Slougian
Robert Anthony Peters
Noreen Lee
Gail Fenton
Karen Kahn
Rachel Caproni
Lily Tung Crystal
Damara Reilly
Marika Casteel
Dylan Freitas-DLouhy
Chris Tomasso
John Chovanec
Daniel Liddle
Lora Oliver
Colm ORiain
Anita Bennett
Greg Mills
Melissa Etezadi
Rick Chambers
Sara Welch
Emmett Miller
Marc Istook
Carlo Cecchetto
Kristina Guerrero
Bill Seward
Mark Mester
Derrin Horton
Derek W. Adam
Natalie Stephany Aguilar
Elynn Alonzo
Moises Amaya
Alice Aoki
Andy Arness
Lena Avgust
Stefonia Bavin
Timothy Beagley
Brianne Bogart
Johnnie Boyd
Dianne Brennan
Alex Bretow
Patrick D Bridges
Tim Brown
John Edward Cabrera
Jason Carlage
Bryan Casserly
Brian Castellanos
Cabran E. Chamberlain
Justin Chao
Adam Chollet
Alan Chu
Justin Chung
James Cotner
Nestor Cuellas
Steve DAssis
Thomas Dalby
Jackie Dallas
Sandra Dee
Robert S. Dixon
Janet Dyer
Bob Dylan
Sheila Ellis
Nathan Emley
Patrick Engler
Chris Espinoza
Jerry Feldman
James Ferrandini
Dann Fink
A.J. Friederich
Hayley Gagner
Douglas Gawoski
Maxwell Ghobadi
Bruce Giles
Jimmy Giliberti
Tina Gilton
Rob Gore
Emily Marie Grant
Ramsey Hanchette
Jake Hanson
Tom Hart
Diogo Hausen
Linda Joy Henry
Holly Horn
Clarence Watson III
Jahmilla Jackson
Carol Jefferson
Bobby Johnsen
Keenan Johnston
Stephanie Johnston
Slim Khezri
Rajiv Khilnani
Larry Kitagawa
Andrew Koponen
Nicholas Kretz
Kevin Kunze
Mark Kwong
Anthony Larice
Rick Lasquete
Mark Lavell
John Lennon
Mathew Lipisko
John Lobato
Ausaf Masud
Baran Mavi
Corinne Meadors
Adam Meredith
Lori Beth Merrill
Heidi Michaelis
Soma Mitra
Jose R. Montalvan Jr.
Cory Montgomery
Mahal Montoya
Marc Moon
Jake Morgan
Ed Moy
Jesse Muick
Alisha Mullally
Vaughn Myovich
Darlene Nesson
Steven Jon Nichols
Jason Novak
Tom O'Reilly
Afsheen Olyaie
Peter K. Owen
Lana Palmer
Puja Patel
Jekyns Pelaez
Brook Edward Penca
Alex Phillip
Pablo Picasso
Steve C. Porter
Apeksha Pradhan
Dan A. Purcell
Speir Rahn
Jeff Rankin
Shannon Rebekah
Adam Reeser
Rick Richardson
Vanessa Ross
Luis Salazar
Brian Sampson
Elise Scarlott
David L. Schormann
Molly Shaiken
George Siambis
Chad Sibilia
Mike Siemsen
Cynthia Naylor Smyth
Anthony Snow
Laurel Steir
Michael T Stewart
Thomas W. Stewart
Demond Stone
Mike Stowe
Michele Strider
Cristina Swift
Pamela Tatz
Callan Taylor
Anastassia Tchibissova
Fel Tengonciang
Shruti Tewari
Anthony Toste
Sam Vegas
Ken Venzke
Etienne Vick
Bianca Von Krieg
Phillip E. Walker
Daniel Wang
James D. Weston II
Mike Whitaker
Steven Wiig
Maximilian Winnberg
Allan Wong
Scotty Wood
Bobby Ysip
Alex Zelenka

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Steve Jobs

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Highest chart position: 5

Weeks on box office: 3

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13th Nov

20th Nov

This weeks UK video chart has The Hunger hames Mockingjay Part 2 at the top on its first week of release.

Mockingjay Part 2 was released in the UK on 20th November 2015 where it entered the box office at the top with a weekend gross of £11.2 million.

The film has a good 9 week run on the box office with 4 of those week at the top before it took a steady drop down.

The film is the 102nd highest grossing movie in the UK with a total gross of £29 million and with a total world gross of $652.9 million it is the 87th highest grossing film ever.

It is the second lowest success of The Hunger Games movies after the first film.

Also new on the video charts this week are: The Good Dinosaur at number 2, Black Mass at number 5, Carol at number 6 and finally Steve Jobs at 9.

With no strong new releases in the US this week Ridley Scotts The martian makes its way back to the top of the box office on its fourth week of release.

The Martian adds another $15 million to its total US gross which now brings the space drama to $166 million from its American release.

Goosebumps falls from the top to the number 2 spot this week and has now taken $43 million after 2 weekends of release.

Highest new film is The Last Witch Hunter which makes its debut at number 4 with $10.8 million, disappointing for a Vin Diesel film.

The new release all had disappointing debut weekends, the rest of the new films are - Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension which is new at number 6 and going on full release is Steve Jobs new at 7.

Directed by Oscar winning director Danny Boyle this is loosely based on the fames Apple founder Steve Jobs biography release soon after his death

The film is out on 13th November 2015 and is much anticipated from the director who has brought us classics like Slumdog Millionaire and Trainspotting.

Check out the trailer below.

Much anticipated film based on the authorised biography of Steve Jobs and directed by Danny Boyle gets a teaser trailer.

Now the dust has settled on the WWDC keynote speech given last night (morning?) by Steve Jobs where he announced the next version of the iPhone, aside from the new front camera, speed and iOS4 operating system, the big news was the screen and it's HD goodness.

First of all the screen uses what is being called a Retina display, Jobs claims it's better than OLED. The displays pixels are 78 micrometers wide which allows the screen to have 4x the resolution of the iPhone 3Gs. This means the screen has 326 pixels per inch, the naked eye can only see 300 pixels per inch, which means that the screen is better than human eyesight.

What this means in layman's terms is that the iPhone can handle 780p HD video, and according to reports the screen is amazing. The screen is 960x640 pixels in resolution and has a contrast ration of 800:1, pretty good for a screen so small.

This wont stop you from getting neck ache, and could possible make your eyes hurt even more when watching Lord of the Rings on the device, but at least that Blu-ray transfer you make will look absolutely amazing, and if you were to attach the iPhone to a HDTV then you could potentially have your own portable video library.

Check out the Apple website for more info.